Venture capitalists (VCs) play a pivotal role in the world of startups and innovation. By investing in early-stage companies, they provide the necessary capital to fuel growth and development.
Chime, founded in 2013 by Chris Britt and Ryan King, is a financial technology company offering mobile banking services to millions of customers.
Databricks, founded by the original creators of Apache Spark in 2013, is a data and AI platform that has revolutionized big data processing and analytics.
Instacart, a U.S.-based grocery delivery platform founded by Apoorva Mehta in 2012, has transformed the way consumers shop for groceries.
Canva, an Australian-based graphic design platform founded by Melanie Perkins, Cliff Obrecht, and Cameron Adams in 2012, has revolutionized the way individuals and businesses create visual content.
Revolut, a British fintech startup founded by Nikolay Storonsky and Vlad Yatsenko in 2015, has grown rapidly to become one of the leading digital banking platforms worldwide.
Stripe, a global payment processing platform, was founded by brothers Patrick and John Collison in 2010. Today, it is valued at over $95 billion (1), and has become an essential service for businesses around the world.